Announcing HAI Industry Briefs
One of the goals and privileges of the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered AI is convening diverse stakeholders across academia, government, civil society, and industry to address the critical technical and societal challenges posed by AI. Given its role in deploying technologies that have global reach, industry is a critical player, providing a path for commercializing and scaling research innovations poised to have significant impact, if guided thoughtfully.
We are pleased to announce our new HAI Industry Briefs, which we hope will provide a valuable bridge between academic research at Stanford and our industry stakeholders seeking to understand and guide the impact of AI technologies. The briefs will distill AI research highlights from all seven of Stanford’s schools on campus, bringing original academic research to bear on issues of importance across different industry verticals.
Our first industry brief focuses on AI research in healthcare, with particular attention to its implications in our post COVID-19 world. Upcoming briefs will cover AI research spanning education, augmented and virtual reality, robotics, autonomous vehicles, financial applications, AI safety, and more.
We hope you find these briefs useful and that you share them with your colleagues interested in learning more about cutting-edge AI research happening at Stanford.
If you have any feedback or suggestions, we would love to hear from you. We invite you to reach out to Panos Madamopoulos, HAI’s Managing Director for Industry Programs and Partnerships, who can also share more about our Corporate Members Program and upcoming corporate focus areas in financial services and healthcare.
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John Etchemendy and Fei-Fei Li are the Denning Co-Directors of the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI).